Add:Bldg 2, 849 Huashan Rd
Credit Cards Accepted
English Service Available
This Cantonese restaurant occupies a two-story villa inside Dingxiang Garden built in 1862. It’s an old garden combining an English countryside house with a traditional Chinese garden. This features a 100m-long glazed wall with dragon carvings.
Outdoor afternoon tea on the lawn is recommended but seats are limited. It features Cantonese dim sum, including shrimp dumplings, pan-fried dumplings filled with pork, barbecued pork pastry, sweet and rich durian pastry, coconut and red bean cake and cream custard bun. Dim sum costs from 25 to 30 yuan per dish.